Building upon a legacy of excellence that originated almost 70 years ago, and continues to this day. Manufacturing ingredients for antibiotics designed to prevent and fight infections of the lower respiratory tract, abdomen, skin, bone, joints and surgical sites. Producing vital solutions for patients on a global scale.
That’s the nature of our work in Riverside, Pennsylvania. Make it yours as well when you build your career here. Founded in 1950, this facility is known as an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) site. Throughout our history, we have produced more than 40 products, including such important drugs as penicillin, niacin and anti-inflammatories and treatments for parasites, lice and river blindness.
Numbering 380 strong, we offer exceptional opportunities in a wide array of professional areas. At any given time, we are seeking the region’s best safety and environment specialists, chemical and utility operators, skilled labor professionals such as pipefitters and electricians, control systems technicians, automation and reliability engineers and manufacturing operators.
Become part of our team, and our long history of excellence with our Manufacturing & Supply Division in Riverside, Pennsylvania.
Nestled in northeastern Pennsylvania on the north branch of the Susquehanna River near the Appalachian Mountain range, the borough of Riverside is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Experiencing a low cost of living and a high quality of life, our 4,700 residents enjoy an abundance of natural beauty, small-town serenity and access to larger cities and towns.
Established as the seat of Montour County, Riverside boasts nineteenth century architecture, local shops and eateries that attract local residents as well as tourists. The area beckons golfers, hikers as well as boating and fishing enthusiasts. Such national attractions as the Susquehanna River Valley and the historic Appalachian Trail are in close proximity. And kids love Knoebels Amusement Resort, which is the nation’s admission-free amusement park, situated 20 minutes away in Elysburg.
For those seeking big-city nightlife, shopping and other pursuits, state capital Harrisburg is just over an hour’s drive to the west, while Philadelphia and New York City are approximately two and half hours to the east and north. Jump on U.S. Route 11, which bisects the town (or the adjacent Interstate 80) and you’re good to go.